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Case Solution for Azza Fahmy Jewellery: Going Online Post Revolution (A)

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Case Name :      Azza Fahmy Jewellery: Going Online Post Revolution (A)
Authors :           Marina Apaydin, Hend Mostafa, Leila Khauli
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W14069
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    05 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
This is the fourth case in the Azza Fahmy series. This case and the three others in this series (9B13M097, 9B13M098 and 9B13M099) can be used together or on a standalone basis.Azza Fahmy Jewellery: Going Online Post-revolution (B) (9B14M024) is a supplement to this case.This case series features a female Egyptian entrepreneur who faces the challenge of developing her self-titled jewellery brand. This case describes the changes that have occurred in the external environment and their effect on strategy implementation. The Egyptian Revolution on January 2011 has forced the entrepreneur to re-evaluate her strategy and make the necessary changes. The use of social media, which was a catalyst of the revolution and also affected its outcome, presents a great opportunity for expanding her business even further.
 
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Case Solution for Pacific Western Brewing Co.: Going Organic

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Case Name :      Pacific Western Brewing Co.: Going Organic
Authors :           John R. Kennedy, Tom Gleave
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            99A006
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    20 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
The president of Canadian-based Pacific Western Brewing Co. is preparing a Japan market entry strategy for the company’s newly developed organic beer. Although she has considerable experience in Japan, several factors are at play which make this product entry particularly challenging. First the product is unlike any other in the market. Second, Japanese consumer behavior is undergoing a revolution. Third, the company’s last product launch in Japan failed. Therefore, there is a higher than normal level of risk associated with the product launch.
 
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Case Solution for Midland Bull Test – Going Green? (A) and (B)

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Case Name :      Midland Bull Test – Going Green? (A) and (B)
Authors :           Tom D. Hinthorne, Patricia A. Holman
Source :             North American Case Research Association (NACRA)
Case ID :            NA0098
Discipline :        Entrepreneurship
Case Length :    17 pages
Solution sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
It was June 2008 at Midland Bull Test in south-central Montana. The (A) and (B) cases feature Leo McDonnell, Jr. and his wife “Sam,” the owners of Midland Bull Test, a long-time leader in the performance testing of bulls. Leo was a charismatic entrepreneurial leader in the cattle industry. Sam was an astute manager of their business affairs. In 2007, the two invested $700,000 in a feeding and monitoring system to produce feed efficient cattle that consumed less feed and produced less methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Cattle produced 20% of the methane emissions in the US, and feed efficient cattle produced up to 40% less methane. Leo felt the potential for reducing methane production through increases in feed efficiency and other improvements in ranch practices was huge. He saw the feed efficiency program as environmentally unique. … sustainable,” and “part of a growing movement to reduce greenhouse gases in a socially responsible way.” In June 2008, Sam was concerned about meeting their cash flow objectives. Leo said, “I agree, but global warming is important too.” The conflicting interests emerge when Sam says, “Show me how ‘social responsibility’ adds value to Midland Bull Test. Why should we risk our money and reputation on going green?” The (A) case focuses on Leo and Sam’s analysis of installing an anaerobic digester to convert the biogases in manure to electricity for use or sale. The (B) case focuses on their marketing strategy and the possibility of positioning Midland as a green business. In addition, Leo and Sam wanted to leverage the emerging relationship with Pfizer who was developing DNA-marker technologies to improve animal health, quality, and productivity.

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